Skip to comments.*Democrat Registration Craters in Florida and Ohio*
Posted on 10/01/2012 10:12:52 PM PDT by djone
According to the polls the Obamunist media clobbers us over the head with at every opportunity, the Moonbat Messiah is going to win big in the key swing states Ohio and Florida.... Yet: Voter registration in the Buckeye State is down by 490,000 people from four years ago. Of that reduction, 44 percent is in Cleveland and surrounding Cuyahoga County, where Democrats outnumber Republicans more than two to one.
(Excerpt) Read more at moonbattery.com ...
Might be good news, or...
Blythe acknowledgment that no one is going to check your ID.
Blythe is a girl's name.
Blithe is correct, means heedless, carefree.
I used spellcheck, but no help when you start off with the wrong word.
and yet the MSM wants us to believe this is going to be the biggest Dem turnout EVER
That picture really does say a thousand words. You should post that every time some hand-wringer writes an “I’m sooo awfully concerned about this election being won by Obama” topic.
Hell, they will bus voters in from neighboring states if they have too. They will stoop to nothing and eat the vomit off the ground to cheat their way to victory.
I guess nobody will be registering in Florida. The Republicans left Florida Registration too. What a weird situation.
Guess you aren’t watching our OH early voting/absentee thread where Rs are killing it 2010 style.
Of course it is down.They had a registration “bubble” in 2008. Those “votes” may still exist...depending on how many were real...whether they vote or not is another story.
Kind of like how the housing bubble had to burst, or hockey stick sales have to level off. You can’t go up to infinity.
The thing about cheating, people have to be motivated to play along. I’m not sure the Dem motivation is there this time around.
My comment on Democrat registration was a poorly worded attempt at sarcasm.
Maybe Democrats don’t register because they know they can walk into any precinct and vote without showing ID.
And, yes, the Ohio early vote trend is Great News!
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